2009 Second

Q1 Explain the mechanisms by which a bacterium may become resistant (Sept 2009)

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Q4 Describe the body’s mechanisms for regulating blood glucose (Sept 2009)

Q5 Outline the kinetic characteristics and the mode of action of digoxin (Sept 2009)

Q6 Define venous admixture and list its causes. (50% of marks) How is it diagnosed and how is it quantified_ (50% of marks) (Sept 2009)

Q10 Describe the changes in inspired and alveolar oxygen partial pressure with increasing altitude (Sept 2009)

Q11 Describe the anatomy relevant to the cannulation of the left subclavian vein (Sept 2009)

Q12 Outline the pharmacology of noradrenaline (Sept 2009)

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Q16 Discuss the factors affecting pulmonary vascular resistance (Sept 2009)

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Q19 Define the following terms – Saturated Vapour Pressure of Water, Absolute Humidity, Relative Humidity, Latent heat of vaporization (Sept 2009)

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Q21 List the hormones secreted by the pituitary gland (Sept 2009)

Q22 Describe how the kidney handles sodium (Sept 2009)

Q23 Outline the principle functions of the liver and give examples (Sept 2009)

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